Immigration and Deportation Law

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Overview:

Immigration law if a very specialized and changing field of law. This requires an attorney who not only knows and understands immigration law, but also researches changes in the law.

At the Ison Law Office, we understand how personal immigration law is to you and your family because we have been through the process ourself with our own family.  Because of this, we pay special attention to your case and how the current and future laws can effect it.

How We Can Help:

Our office has experience in family based immigration, business immigration, and deportation defense. Your case can be won or lost when you file your first document with the USCIS. Because of this, it is always advisable to consult with an experienced immigration attorney before you start your paperwork.

Whether you are inside or outside the United States, our office can assist you with adjustment of status cases, fiancée and marriage based visas, and other visas. We can also assist you with other immigration issues including deportation / removal proceedings and work related visas.

We also represent non-citizens who have been charged with criminal law violations. A criminal conviction, even a minor violation, can have very serious consequences on your legal status in the United States.

If you have an immigration or criminal legal issues, we offer a free initial consultation to discuss your case. Our staff is also fluent in Spanish to assist our clients.

Please contact us for your free consultation.

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Phone:  816-559-7775
Fax:        816-463-9930